Posts Tagged ‘Social Profile Search’

Single, Married, or…

Thursday, April 11th, 2013

Ever wondered if you could confirm someone’s relationship status? Is that new guy or girl you met last weekend really single? Sadly, there are many people out there who keep their true relationship status private—more than you might think. But thanks to social media and search technology, the truth may be easier to find than you thought.

Whether you’re just extra cautious about a new love interest or you’re becoming increasingly suspicious of your romantic partner, PeopleFinders.com can help you become your own private investigator.

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Will Google Plus Win You Over?

Wednesday, June 29th, 2011

Social networking isn’t perfect. But Google is trying to take it to a nearly flawless level. Their upcoming product, Google Plus, hopes to be a contender for Facebook’s social throne.

Although Facebook and Google offer very different services, they are competitors. Both provide content to inform and entertain visitors. And both are vying for time and attention from global web surfers.

Google Plus (or G+ as I like to call it) could be the “next big thing” in social networking. The company is taking a big gamble that it will be.

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Background reports provide a wealth of useful information. They show you full names, aliases and maiden names. They tell you if someone has married, divorced, gone through bankruptcy or been charged with a criminal offense. But if you order these reports frequently, it can get expensive.

That’s why PeopleFinders is proud to announce our new Background Check Membership. It’s an easy way to get all the reports you need for one low price.

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throughouttheworldFamily is defined in many ways. It begins with the people who share your name and ancestry. As you get older, your family continues to grow.

People marry and inherit a second family. Relatives give birth to nieces, nephews, cousins and grandchildren. Close friends and confidants are invited into the special group of people you call your family, even though they aren’t related by birth. A family is made up of people who share a special bond; it does not need to obey any boundaries.

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